Milan Satcher is an MD/MPH student in her final year at Brown University Alpert School of Medicine. She was placed in Lima, Peru where she completed interrelated analyses of partner-specific factors associated with sexual risk behavior among transgender women in Peru, and of discordances between sexual role and sexual practices among TW and MSM. She is currently a Resident in Family Medicine at Boston University.
Influence of gender, sexual identity, and sexual role on sexual risk behavior among MSM and TW in Peru
Satcher M, et al. Partner-level associated factors for condomless insertive and receptive anal intercourse among transgender women in Lima and Callao, Peru. AIDS and Behavior (2017) 21(8):2439-2451.
Satcher M, et al. Exploring contextual differences for insertive and receptive role strain among transgender women and men who have sex with men in Lima, Peru. In preparation.
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